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5th Dec '16 5:16:12 AM Swordnoob
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* Each of the [[SevenDeadlySins Seven Demiurges]] in ''Webcomic/KillSixBillionDemons'' rules over [[NumerologicalMotif a seventh of Creation's 777,777 worlds]] after the treaty following the Second Conquest was made.
27th Nov '16 8:43:50 PM FordPrefect
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Sometimes an EvilOverlord, GalacticConqueror, DimensionLord, [[DemonLordsAndArchdevils demon lord, archdevil]], {{Physical|God}} GodOfEvil or EldritchAbomination decides there's only one evil goal big enough that suits him - bring TheMultiverse to its knees. Not only our Earth, but every dimension, every alternate reality, every single planet and life form in the whole multiverse. He may want to conquer it. Or he might want to destroy it. In both cases [[AuthorityEqualsAssKicking he's the]] [[SlidingScaleOfVillainThreat ultimate threat]], more powerful than anyone else our heroes has ever met. He can destroy planets, blow up entire cities with one finger, erase whole dimensions. To [[TheWorfEffect show how strong he is]] he can even kill the GuardianOfTheMultiverse, very first person that will oppose him. And when he says AGodAmI, he's being modest. Fighting with him is usually our hero's greatest task ever. To defeat him there's usually a gathering of the greatest army of heroes that multiverse has ever seen. If he comes back after being defeated he will most likely be a [[VillainDecay shadow of his old self]].

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Sometimes an EvilOverlord, GalacticConqueror, DimensionLord, [[DemonLordsAndArchdevils demon lord, archdevil]], {{Physical|God}} GodOfEvil or EldritchAbomination decides there's only one evil goal big enough that suits him - bring TheMultiverse to its knees. Not only our Earth, but every dimension, every alternate reality, every single planet and life form in the whole multiverse. He may want to conquer it. Or he might want to destroy it. In both cases [[AuthorityEqualsAssKicking he's the]] [[SlidingScaleOfVillainThreat ultimate threat]], more powerful than anyone else our heroes has ever met. He can destroy planets, blow up entire cities with one finger, erase whole dimensions. To [[TheWorfEffect show how strong he is]] is]], he can even kill the GuardianOfTheMultiverse, the very first person that will oppose him. And when he says AGodAmI, he's being modest. Fighting with him is usually our hero's greatest task ever. To defeat him there's usually a gathering of the greatest army of heroes that multiverse has ever seen. If he comes back after being defeated he will most likely be a [[VillainDecay shadow of his old self]].
19th Nov '16 3:24:05 PM DrPopo
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** Phyrexians aren't the only ones. Demon Ob Nixilis was conquering countless of planes ever since becoming a Planeswalker. This also seems to be the main goal of dragon Planeswalker Nicol Bolas.
2nd Nov '16 4:37:09 PM nombretomado
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* Metatron and his angels in ''HisDarkMaterials''. While they apparently do not want to rule physically, they do want to install their religious ideals everywhere. Considering the size of the angelic army in the final book compared to the sheer amount of universes with creatures in them to which the concept of "Religion" is propably very alien (the Mulefa), not to mention that several significant events (such as Jesus being born) may not even have happened in some of them, their prospects are propably not very good, although the books never bring that issue up. They get defeated nonetheless, by a - comparably - small opposing force consisting of locals of "only" a few universes and the final battle of the two armies, while fitted with grand and bombastic visual displays (such as the angelic cloud fortress) seems to be on a smaller scale than World War II and is certainly shorter - hardly worthy of a multiverse-deciding conflict.

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* Metatron and his angels in ''HisDarkMaterials''.''Literature/HisDarkMaterials''. While they apparently do not want to rule physically, they do want to install their religious ideals everywhere. Considering the size of the angelic army in the final book compared to the sheer amount of universes with creatures in them to which the concept of "Religion" is propably very alien (the Mulefa), not to mention that several significant events (such as Jesus being born) may not even have happened in some of them, their prospects are propably not very good, although the books never bring that issue up. They get defeated nonetheless, by a - comparably - small opposing force consisting of locals of "only" a few universes and the final battle of the two armies, while fitted with grand and bombastic visual displays (such as the angelic cloud fortress) seems to be on a smaller scale than World War II and is certainly shorter - hardly worthy of a multiverse-deciding conflict.
22nd Sep '16 2:48:35 PM Morgenthaler
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4th Aug '16 2:52:53 AM PaulA
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* In the ''MagicKingdomOfLandover'' book, ''Witches' Brew,'' Rydall of Marnhull claims to be one of these, planning to make Landover his next conquest. [[spoiler:Turns out he's actually a local nobleman, working with the titular witch to overthrow Ben]].

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* In the ''MagicKingdomOfLandover'' book, ''Witches' Brew,'' ''Literature/WitchesBrew'', Rydall of Marnhull claims to be one of these, planning to make Landover his next conquest. [[spoiler:Turns out he's actually a local nobleman, working with the titular witch to overthrow Ben]].
31st Jul '16 12:36:05 PM nombretomado
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* The Anti-Monitor from DCComics ''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths''. {{Superman}}'s EvilCounterpart Superboy Prime from its sequel, ''ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis''. And Mandrakk the Dark Monitor from ''ComicBook/FinalCrisis''. Yes, DC loves this trope.

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* The Anti-Monitor from DCComics Creator/DCComics ''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths''. {{Superman}}'s EvilCounterpart Superboy Prime from its sequel, ''ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis''. And Mandrakk the Dark Monitor from ''ComicBook/FinalCrisis''. Yes, DC loves this trope.
29th Jul '16 9:35:49 AM supergod
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* The Guardian from ''UltimaUnderworld II'' is capable of spanning multiple planes of reality at once and aims to conquer each one.

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* The Guardian from ''UltimaUnderworld ''VideoGame/UltimaUnderworld II'' is capable of spanning multiple planes of reality at once and aims to conquer each one.
19th Jul '16 3:02:43 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* The White Witch in ''Literature/TheChroniclesOfNarnia'' hops from universe to universe, starting out as an empress of Charn (which she ultimately destroys to avoid being overthrown), then comically failing to conquer Earth, then plunging Narnia into a hundred-year ice age and ruling with an iron fist. She doesn't rule more than one universe at a time, but she probably would given the opportunity.

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* The White Witch Jadis in ''Literature/TheChroniclesOfNarnia'' hops from universe to universe, starting is a downplayed example. She starts out as an empress of Charn (which she ultimately destroys to avoid being overthrown), then comically failing fails to conquer Earth, then plunging and finally plunges Narnia into a hundred-year ice age and ruling rules with an iron fist. She Jadis doesn't rule more than one universe at a time, but she probably would given the opportunity.
7th Jul '16 9:30:31 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* The White Witch in ''Literature/TheChroniclesOfNarnia'' hops from universe to universe, starting out as an empress of Charn (which she ultimately destroys to avoid being overthrown), then comically failing to conquer Earth, then plunging Narnia into a hundred-year ice age and ruling with an iron fist. She doesn't rule more than one universe at a time, but she probably would given the opportunity.
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